The tiny house movement is trending as never before for a few distinct reasons. Prefabricated tiny houses are cheap, minimalistic, luxurious, easy to relocate and they don’t require any finishing works after the delivery. They can be a wonderful solution in the years of pandemic and especially after it. The house is being developed near Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, by a small company Kodasema.
What is so special about the tiny houses from KODA? Here are some highlights worth mentioning:
Due to differences in the construction regulations and the climates, the materials that are used in prefabricated tiny houses KODA are different in the EU and North America. In Europe, KODA houses use exclusively timber frames, where the US models can be engineered using panelized technologies with metal frames and/or SIP panels. Despite the differences in materials, the tiny houses KODA remain the same look, design, and architecture.
In the birthplace of KODA tiny houses, in the city centre of Tallinn (Estonia), right near the harbor and the Medieval Old Town, Kodastay launched a hotel to display their units. It’s a perfect opportunity to “test-drive” the house yourself before purchasing it! You can check and book your stay at kodastay.com. The prices start from 75€ per night for a house for two visitors. Each hotel unit is equipped with a Wi-Fi connection and Smart TV. For additional fees, you could have a parking lot. They are also children-friendly and pet-friendly.
Where to buy it? Kodasema
Showrooms and agencies are located in many European countries as well as in the US and Canada.